The Morning Interview

Wearable Art Show sashays our way


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Jeff Budd, with the Greater Sitka Arts Council, says now is the time to buy tickets for this year’s Wearable Art Show, Mar 7-8, in Sitka. The event sold out in its first four years. Receptions with the artists follow both shows. Advance tickets at Old Harbor Books. For more information about the ArtiGras Festival, visit the Sitka Arts Council online.

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